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Neal Morse: guarda il lyric video di ‘Building a Wall’, il terzo singolo tratto da “Sola Gratia”

Di Daniele D'Adamo - 31 Agosto 2020 - 0:02
Neal Morse: guarda il lyric video di ‘Building a Wall’, il terzo singolo tratto da “Sola Gratia”

Comunicato stampa (Inside Out Music Italy):

NEAL MORSE – guarda il lyric video di “Building A Wall”, il terzo singolo tratto da “Sola Gratia”
L’11 settembre Inside Out Music pubblicherà “Sola Gratia”, il nuovo album solista di NEAL MORSE, un concept album basato sulla figura dell’apostolo Paolo. Da oggi è disponibile il terzo e ultimo singolo, “Building A Wall”, accompagnato da un lyric video:

Il titolo dell’album “Sola Gratia” rimanda a “Sola Scriptura”, disco pubblicato da Neal Morse nel 2007 ispirato alla vita di Martin Lutero. Le musiche sono state registrate nel mese di aprile in pieno lockdown. Ancora una volta Neal è stato accompagnato dai collaboratori di lunga data Mike PortnoyRandy GeorgeEric GilletteBill Hubauer e Gideon Klein.

“Sola Gratia” sarà disponibile nei formati limited CD/DVD Digipak (contenente il making-of del disco), Gatefold 2LP+CDStandard CD Jewel Case e in digitale. Disponibile di seguito l’artwork curato da Thomas Ewerhard, preorder e tracklist:

1. Preface
2. Overture
3. In The Name Of The Lord
4. Ballyhoo (The Chosen Ones)
5. March Of The Pharisees
6. Building A Wall
7. Sola Intermezzo
8. Overflow
9. Warmer Than The Sunshine
10. Never Change
11. Seemingly Sincere
12. The Light On The Road To Damascus
13. The Glory Of The Lord
14. Now I Can See/The Great Commission

Disponibili anche i precedenti singoli pubblicati:
“In The Name Of The Lord”
“Seemingly Sincere”

Neal comments: “This song sounds like a political commentary, but really it is not. I wrote this thinking about the apostle Paul being at Stephen’s trial and also about the wall of separation at that time between the Jews and the Gentiles. Very biblical stuff. But, people can take it however they would like… My thought is that many times we humans desire to divide and separate, but God is looking to join all things together in one with him. How’s that for a quote for a rather heavy rock song! Oh, by the way… I played drums on this one! :-)“

As Morse explains, it was this process that decided that ‘Sola Gratia’ was to be a Neal Morse album, rather than being credited to The Neal Morse Band: “With the Neal Morse Band, the whole band works together on the writing, and while Eric Gillette plays some guitar and Bill Hubauer has added some keyboards on this one, neither of them wrote – or is singing – on this album.”